Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Jonas Lie



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Jonas Lie
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Jonas Lie, landscape paintings

Jonas Lie was a painter born in Norway to a Norwegian father and an American mother. After the death of his father he emigrated to the U.S., joining his mother and sisters in New York.

He became known for his paintings of the city, and in particular of the Atlantic coast in New England and Canada.

In some of his paintings, it looks to me like he has been influenced by other painters from Norway, like Frits Thaulow.

The Athenaeum

Wikimedia Commons

Artcyclopedia

 

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Toyism

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Sunday, May 21, 2017

Sleeping Beauty Article



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Sleeping Beauty Article
// Deja View



Pageant Magazine published this article to help promote Disney's Sleeping Beauty. It is not very in-depth, but it does include some artwork I haven't seen before.


 




One of the final book illustrations from the opening of the film.




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CMYK vs. Spot Color vs. Simulated Process Printing



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CMYK vs. Spot Color vs. Simulated Process Printing
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Okay, so you've heard their names, CMYK Process, Spot Color, and Simulated (Spot) Process, but what are they?  What sets them apart from one another and what is the best use for each?  Let's go through them, one by one! CMYK Process (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black) What is it? CMYK is the oldest halftone print […]

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useduniverse: Paul Wenzel, I.O.U. / IF - Worlds of Science...



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useduniverse: Paul Wenzel, I.O.U. / IF - Worlds of Science...
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useduniverse:

Paul Wenzel, I.O.U. / IF - Worlds of Science Fiction 1961

Found at my favorite site Monster Brains !


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Sunday, May 14, 2017

Ignat Ignatov



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Ignat Ignatov
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Ignat Ignatov paintings, landscape, wildlife, figurative and still life subjects
Originally from Bulgaria, where he also received his initial artistic training, Ignat Ignatov is an artist now living and working in California.

Ignatov paints landscape, wildlife, figurative and still life subjects with a painterly and at times gestural, semi-abstract approach. I particularly enjoy his figurative and portrait subjects, in which he often plays with moody or theatrical lighting, colored accents and abstract backgrounds.

The images on his own website are frustratingly small; you can find some larger examples of his wok on the LePrince gallery site (click through twice from the thumbnails) and in this article on Tutt' Art.

Though not large, the images on Ignatov's instructor bio page on the Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art are a particularly nice selection of his work.

Ignatov offers two DVDs on his website, one is a documentary on the artist, the other is an instructional video on portrait painting.

 

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How and Why Wonder Books #1



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How and Why Wonder Books #2



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How and Why Wonder Books #2
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Slightly off topic
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